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HARÍA BEACHES

Haría stretches through the north of the island. This municipality has the highest relief and registers the most precipitation throughout the year, which can be seen in the landscape.

This is a peaceful region where tradition mixes with lots of beaches of white sand, brown... and beaches of volcanic origin. As well there are natural volcanic pools in places like Órzola.

Beaches Caleta del MeroCALETA DEL MERO BEACH

La Caleta del Mero is a semi-nudist beach in the north of Lanzarote very close to two other beaches, La Cocinitas and El Caletón Blanco. It differs from them since they were formed by mountains of dunes that are can be seen on both sides of the highway.

Near Órzola, this beach of white medium grain sand is half a kilometre long and 30 metres wide and can be found in a rural setting, well connected by guagua (local bus) even up to the beach. There’s also parking upon arrival from the highway. Camping is not allowed on this beach except by permission from Lanzarote City Hall.


Beaches Cantería Beach or Playa de Atrás BEACH
The Cantería Beach (or “beach on the side” as it is known in the fishing village of Órzola), is the last beach in the north of Lanzarote. This beach with it’s also nice waves is sometimes used by surfers, especially when the wind comes from the south.

Situated in Órzola, on the back side of the impressive Famara cliff, this is a stunning located where there are also volcanic caves which can be explored.


Beaches Caletón Blanco BEACH

Windy beach with calm waters, Caletón Blanco, which in Spanish means ‘big inlet’, is the largest of the inlets making up the coastline belonging to the Malpaís de la Corona (badlands).

Close to Órzola, it is a half a kilometre long and 9 m. wide, covered in medium grain white sand that contrasts with the black lava rocks of the Malpaís badlands. Although in a rural area it has easy access including by guagua (bus). Camping can be arranged by prior permission from the Lanzarote Town Council (Cabildo).


Beaches Bajo RiscoBAJO RISCO BEACH

El Risco beach, an isolated rural spot accessible by foot, is 845 m. long by 8 m. wide.

Windy beach with fine golden sand and moderate waves.


Beaches La CaletaLA CALETA BEACH
La Caleta beach runs along the coast where the volcanic pipes flow into the sea from the Malpaís de la Corona near the Jameos del Agua. It occupies an area of 60 m. by 7 m.
Its fine white sand with pebbles contrasts with the volcanic badlands it belongs to. Windy with moderate waves, it offers good conditions for windsurfing as well as a docking area.
Accessible by guaguas (bus).


Beaches Las CocinitasLAS COCINITAS BEACH

A constant wind blows on the Las Cocinitas pushing moderate waves onto the 100m long by 13m wide beach.

Good for windsurfing, white medium grain sand and pebbles. Situated in a rural setting along the coast where volcanic tubes emerge from Malpaís de La Corona and Jameos del Agua.

Can be reached by guagua (local bus).


Beaches La GaritaLA GARITA BEACH
La Garita is the municipal beach in Arrieta; 810 m. long by 5 m. wide, fine golden sand with calm waters despite the constant wind.
Being situated in a semi-urban area, it has a boardwalk and services such as restaurants, refreshment stands, telephones, parking area, washrooms and even a children’s play area. Accessible by guagua (bus).


RELATED LINKS

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